CIS4900: A Course Built Just For You

Are you interested in game development? If so, you should probably chat with School of Computer Science undergrad Justin Carvalho. He has spent the past semester developing a simple 2D game engine that is limited only by your imagination.

MSc Seminar – Eric Nyakundi

The School of Computer Science is pleased to announce the following seminar, Adversarial attacks against incremental SVM in anomaly intrusion detection, presented by MSc student Eric Nyakundi. The seminar will take place April 16, 2014 in Reynolds 219 at 11:00 am.


Adversarial attacks against incremental SVM in anomaly Intrusion Detection

SoCS Teaching Award Nominations

Have you taken a course that really captured your imagination? Have you been taught by an outstanding instructor that really spoke to you? Nominate your instructor for a teaching award today! How do you submit a nomination?

An Evening With Google

Join the School of Computer Science and the School of Engineering on March 25th for an evening with Google.

Software Engineer and former University of Guelph alumnus Stephanie Wilson will be here to provide an hour long information session for all undergraduate students interested in working at Google. Give your ideas impact by connecting with Google's audience of over 597 million people.

Journey To Cloud City

Join us on March 19th at 9:30am in MacKinnon 029 as we welcome Joel Varty, Director of Research and Development at Agility Inc. and former University of Guelph alumnus.

PhD Seminar: Sajid Marhon

School of Computer Science PhD student Sajid Marhon will present a seminar on Thursday February 26 at 1:00pm in Reynolds Room 219.


Development of a New, DSP-based Gene Prediction Technique


Stefan Kremer

Seminar: Utilizing Mobile Ubiquitous Resources

On March 6th, join the College of Physical and Engineering Sciences and the School of Engineering as they host Queen's University's Professor Hossam Hassanein.

Dr. Hassanein will present Utilizing Mobile Ubiquitous Resources (MUR) at 3pm on Thursday, March 6, 2014. The presentation will take place in Richards Building, Room 3504. The abstract is provided below.